The problem is worse than that, though. In online discussions, this fix doesn't seem to be working for many. And while there are other proposed fixes, they are mostly uncertain, and temporary, with people saying that the problem keeps coming back. More odd, though, are what some of those suggestions are -- one suggestion even involves putting the device in the freezer! If this had been Windows, just imagine the scathing ridicule. (Imagine the TV ad with the freezer...)
By the way, it gets even worse. In previous versions of iOS, users could revert to an older version of the operating system. But with iOS 7, Apple has blocked them from being possible.
If this issue -- and series of solutions -- had been with Windows, sit back for a moment and just imagine the scathing public outcry and ridicule. (And now that you've done that, imagine the Apple TV ad that has the freezer...)
I wish I had an answer that resolves this for you. Then again, I wish I had an answer that resolves this for me. Updates as they occur...
Sometimes, it turns out an Apple does fall far from the tree. Very far.